The policy toolkit has been developed as part of the OECD Innovation for Inclusive Growth project
The contents of this toolkit are based on Planes-Satorra, S. and C. Paunov (2017) "Inclusive Innovation Policies: Lessons from International Case Studies", OECD Science, Technology and Industry Working Papers, No. 2017/02, OECD Publishing, Paris.
A practical and interactive guide developed to aid policy makers design and implement effective innovation policies for inclusive growth. It provides a set of examples of inclusive innovation policies implemented in different countries
What are inclusive innovation policies?
Inclusive innovation policies are defined as innovation policies that aim to remove barriers to the participation of under-represented individuals, social groups, firms, sectors and regions in innovation, research and entrepreneurship activities. Their goal is that all segments of society have opportunities to successfully participate in and benefit from innovation. They contribute explicitly to one or more of the following objectives:
How to navigate the toolkit?
The toolkit gathers 33 detailed case studies of inclusive innovation policies from 15 countries as well as two cross-country programmes. This toolkit has been designed to guide you through countries' policy initiatives. You may search policy cases by:
main policy objective
type of challenge encountered during policy implementation